The time for a
digital revolution
in construction

THE PROBLEM

Construction is a very conservative sector, where changes are slow to come

The Problem

Construction is a very conservative sector, where changes are slow to come

Productivity level the same as 100 years ago

Globally 75% of construction work isn’t finished on time

Only 30% of working time is effective, the rest is wasted

THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR IS IN NEED OF A R-e-VOLUTION

  • Changes in mentality

The construction’s life-cycle is viewed as a whole by all parties, from inception to demolition. Therefore smooth collaboration is needed between all parties.

  • Introduction of technology

New technologies allow digitalisation of the construction’s life-cycle in various stages. Standards are agreed between process parties. Systematic, accessible, reliable and usable information saves both time and money.


THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR IS IN NEED OF A R-e-VOLUTION

  • Changes in mentality

The construction’s life-cycle is viewed as a whole by all parties, from inception to demolition. Therefore smooth collaboration is needed between all parties.

  • Introduction of technology

New technologies allow digitalisation of the construction’s life-cycle in various stages. Standards are agreed between process parties. Systematic, accessible, reliable and usable information saves both time and money.

THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR IS IN NEED OF A
R-e-VOLUTION

  • Changes in mentality

The construction’s life-cycle is viewed as a whole by all parties, from inception to demolition. Therefore smooth collaboration is needed between all parties.

  • Introduction of technology

New technologies allow digitalisation of the construction’s life-cycle in various stages. Standards are agreed between process parties. Systematic, accessible, reliable and usable information saves both time and money.

THE R-e-VOLUTION HAS BEGUN IN ESTONIA

  • A small state with no bureaucracy provides good conditions for market operator collaboration.
  • The state interferes as little as possible but as much as needed (e.g. the quick legislation of Uber). The Riigi Kinnisvara BIM has been adopted as a general standard.
  • Estonia is technologically ready (ID card, etc.) and has the needed experience (e-residency, e-voting, e-health, e-banking, etc.).

THE R-e-VOLUTION HAS BEGUN IN ESTONIA

  • A small state with no bureaucracy provides good conditions for market operator collaboration.
  • The state interferes as little as possible but as much as needed (e.g. the quick legislation of Uber). The Riigi Kinnisvara BIM has been adopted as a general standard.
  • Estonia is technologically ready (ID card, etc.) and has the needed experience (e-residency, e-voting, e-health, e-banking, etc.).

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